Category Archives: Interior Design

Proti Proudu Bistro by Mimosa Architekti

Current and connection are the main themes of the interior design of Proti Proudu Bistro in Prague district Karlín. Inspiration by František Křižík, the Karlín-born electrical engineering inovator, merged with the idea of connecting through good coffee and delicious food. The main bar wall, made of white perforated plywood, creates a grid, which all the components on the wall connect to – from the sliding targets of wires to the paper roll with daily menu. Network of wires, stretching from the switches behind the counter to the lights above the tables, draws attention to the connection between staff and guests.

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Folding Table by Roşu Ciocodeică & Attila Kim

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Bogdan Ciocodeică & Diana Roşu two architects based in Bucharest, Romania together with architect Attila KIM created this innovative dining table that can be folded into the wall when not in use. Perfect for small spaces the table is made from a single piece of wood that can be mounted in the wall and the table “fold out” from it. Via Contemporist

Photography: Radu Sandovici

www.rosu-ciocodeica.com

www.attilakim.com

Orang + Utan Cafe

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Based in Kiev, Ukraine the Orang + Gutan cafe and restaurant is a minimal space with some splashes of color and nature. Designed by Artem Vahrin and Katya Zuieva from AKZ Architectura and owner Yulia Savlepova, the restaurant which serves healthy and fresh food is a sleek and unique space inspired by the idea that we live in an urban jungle.

www.facebook.com/orangutanbar

www.akz-architectura.com

Ibis Styles Hotel Ukraine

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Polish design studio EC-5 Architects just completed the interior design of the new Ibis Styles Hotel located in the city of Lviv in Ukraine. Ibis Styles is a bright, modern and stylish hotel with perfect combination of Ukrainian national touch in small details and functional comfort. “The new ibis Styles hotel presents a fresh approach towards the city, which is commonly associated with monuments and historical buildings.”

Ibis Styles Hotel

EC-5 Architects

The Cella Bar in Portugal

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The Cella Bar in portugal created by FCC Arquitectura and interior designer Paulo Lobo is a unique space that mix the old with the new. The designers wanted to mix the contemporary and the old without altering the original structure. The result is a wavy structure that could remind the place where it it located, waves and the natural environnement.

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www.fc-arquitectura.com

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